Powered by two CR2032 lithium batteries (included)
Grip swivels independently of handle for safe and secure fish handling
Scale can be zero'd for weighing multiple fish in a bucket
Perfect for catch-and-release anglers, the Evolution EconoDigi44 Fish Scale is great for gripping, controlling and weighing fish up to 44 pounds. Powered by two CR2032 lithium batteries (included), the water-resistant EconoDigi44 Scale is designed with stainless steel landing jaws, aluminum tubing and a non-slip grip rubber handle to withstand harsh saltwater elements. In addition to providing weights in pound, ounces and kilograms, the EconoDigi44 Scale's grip swivels independently of handle for safe fish handling and the scale can be zero’d in for weighing multiple fish in a bucket.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Coconutcowboy VERY POOR QUALITY
For the price you'd think they would make it a little more waterproof. I mean, it got water splashed on it while cleaning the boat and it rusted and seized up inside. Screen was ruined, too. You'd think I had dropped it in the water. And shouldn't we be able to drop it and it still work if we grab it quickly? Or maybe put on the package DON'T LET IT GET WET AT ALL!!!
April 4, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by yellowfever not as good as I expected
The grabber part of the unit works well, saves having to handle the fish. The scale leaves something to desire. Dosen't turn on once you pick the fish up, you have to turn it on prior to picking up the fish. Also the oz. bounce all over the place, not very reliable or accurate
September 4, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by JHBOWDEN Bad Buy
I bought this Fish scale to use to weight fresh and salt water fish. Never has the same weight two times in a row. It got wet on the second time it was used and the scale is worthless., The gripper works real well. But that is the only good thing about it.
May 9, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by TexasBassBeez Battery Problem
This product did not work when we received it. Although it is advertised as having batteries included, the batteries were dead. We had to purchase new batteries and install them to make the product operational.
May 12, 2011
I am interested in the digital grip but upon reading a review the purchaser states that he is on his second grip and both show 13oz without haveing anything on the grip. Can this machine not be zeroed before use to give a more accurate reading?
Yes, that is the function, you turn it on before you weigh the fish and it zeroes out, at least it did on mine. But it is very fragile. If the fish gets the screen wet at all it might malfunction. I'm not kidding.